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Aleksander Estate Winery Tour and Tasting

Aleksander Estate Winery Tour and Tasting - Kingsville, Canada

Duration: Flexible
Location: Kingsville, Canada

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$3.98

Sample beautiful, handcrafted wines on this 45-minute tasting and vineyard tour at Aleksander Estate Winery on the north shore of Lake Erie.  Sip classical French varietals such as delicate Pinot Gris and full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon or try a series of specialty fruit wines exclusive to the region.  All wines are made with grapes from locally sourced, small-lot vineyards that best express the unique character and personality of the region. 

At the same latitude as Tuscany, the north shore of Lake Erie is quickly gaining recognition as one of North America’s premier grape-growing regions.  With long, warm summers moderated by constant breezes from the lake, the region boasts Canada’s longest growing season for wine-quality grapes.  More importantly, multiple micro-climates allow winemakers the flexibility to grow a range of varietals, from thick-skinned Bordeaux grapes like Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc to the more delicate Chardonnay and Pinot Noir closer to the water.

Aleksander Estate Winery offers a full-range of experiences for both the seasoned wine lover and grape novice alike.  Sample lightly-chilled whites and full-bodied reds while walking through the vineyard, learning how the small, sweet berries become wine.  See how the grapes are picked, stored, crushed, and converted into alcohol in a process that combines modern science with age-old tradition ... More info ›

Sample beautiful, handcrafted wines on this 45-minute tasting and vineyard tour at Aleksander Estate Winery on the north shore of Lake Erie.  Sip classical French varietals such as delicate Pinot Gris and full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon or try a series of specialty fruit wines exclusive to the region.  All wines are made with grapes from locally sourced, small-lot vineyards that best express the unique character and personality of the region. 

At the same latitude as Tuscany, the north shore of Lake Erie is quickly gaining recognition as one of North America’s premier grape-growing regions.  With long, warm summers moderated by constant breezes from the lake, the region boasts Canada’s longest growing season for wine-quality grapes.  More importantly, multiple micro-climates allow winemakers the flexibility to grow a range of varietals, from thick-skinned Bordeaux grapes like Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc to the more delicate Chardonnay and Pinot Noir closer to the water.

Aleksander Estate Winery offers a full-range of experiences for both the seasoned wine lover and grape novice alike.  Sample lightly-chilled whites and full-bodied reds while walking through the vineyard, learning how the small, sweet berries become wine.  See how the grapes are picked, stored, crushed, and converted into alcohol in a process that combines modern science with age-old tradition.  Enter the rustic yet chic tasting room and discover new wines and revisit old favorites.  End the 4-wine tasting with one of the winery’s specialty fruit wines, unique to the winery and exclusive to the region. 

For those looking to enhance their tasting experience, select the special Cheese and Wine pairing consisting of 3 local, artisan cheeses and an olive medley with bread. You’ll be happy you did!

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